|This is the fourth tutorial in JavaFX 2.0 Layout series. It's about FlowPane layout. FlowPane lays out its children in a flow that wraps at the flowpane's boundary. A horizontal flowpane (the default) will layout nodes in rows, wrapping at the flowpane's width. A vertical flowpane lays out nodes in columns, wrapping at the flowpane's height. If the flowpane has a border and/or padding set, the content will be flowed within those insets.|
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